Team Leader and Community Partner                                           Orientation                                   ...
Overview1.   Background- Traditional Service-Learning     Structure2.   Introducing the new Service-Learning         Prep...
Service-Learning for the Past 10 Years  Students                         Students                Students           attend...
Preparing for         Service-LearningService-Learning Orientation Day: September 10
Before Orientation Day  1. Pre-service Essay due 9/3  2. Site Selection due 9/3  3. Watch “Introduction to Healthcare     ...
Site Selection: 2011-12
Site Selection 2012-13:Self-Enrollment                   Transparency & Information         Site Descriptions         Dire...
Site Selection: Self-Enrollment Blackboard  First come, first served basis  Between Monday, August 27 and   Monday, Sept...
Orientation Day   Monday, September 10th 1-5pm
September 10th, 1-2pm in Room LA6Introduction toService-Learning
Team Orientation                 Team-                      Community                      Create team                Role...
Team Expectations                Expectations   Regular meetings   Team recordkeeping (debriefs & reflections)   Team p...
Google HangoutsVirtual meetings, document collaboration, and slide sharing all at once!
September 17th, 1-5pmSession 1:Community Site Visit   Site orientation   Meet community participants   Finalize deliver...
Delivering the Final ProductCreating & Presenting the final deliverable
Google HangoutsVirtual meetings, document collaboration, and slide sharing all at once!
Creating the Deliverable It is an iterative process! 1.    Confirm priorities and needs 2.    Discuss deliverables with th...
Assessing the Team                     COURSE OBJECTIVE                                  ASSESSMENT METHOD                ...
http://jhl223.wix.com/creating-your-final
Providing Feedback Students can send us feedback anonymously from:     guservicelearning@gmail.com      password: guservic...
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  • Site selection last year used Google for preference forms which asked for what skills they wanted to gain from SL (thus there was a gap in knowledge for some between the stated core competencies for SL and what the students wanted)
  • Go to blackboard page and show the self-enrollment featureGo to the org description and show the information that students will be getting to help them decide
  • Go over what to expectDispel some assumptions and expectationsEncourage information sharingEncourage cross-team communication
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  • Confirm Community Partner priorities and needs; Discuss deliverables that would address priorities and needs and be most useful and relevant to the community; Develop a project management plan for completing the deliverable; Check in with the Community Partner periodically to get feedback on your deliverable and ensure that your deliverable is community-centered; Present final deliverable;Deliverable is graded by the Community Partner
  • Should include:Background informationCommunity description- priorities and needsBarriers/ challengesCommunity assessment/built environment analysisStrengths/resourcesMethodology Deliverable planningNeeds assessment or implementation? Recommendations/implicationsFinal reflections/core competencies achieved, teamwork reflection
  • GUSOM SL Team Leader Orientation

    1. 1. Team Leader and Community Partner Orientation August 22, 2012A new direction inSERVICE-LEARNING
    2. 2. Overview1. Background- Traditional Service-Learning Structure2. Introducing the new Service-Learning  Preparing for Service-Learning Orientation Day for Students  Site Selection  Blackboard Overview3. Orientation Day  Team Orientation4. First Session5. Deliverable6. Final Presentations
    3. 3. Service-Learning for the Past 10 Years Students Students Students attend 7 complete assigned to preference service sites sessions forms Students complete Student final session reports presentations
    4. 4. Preparing for Service-LearningService-Learning Orientation Day: September 10
    5. 5. Before Orientation Day 1. Pre-service Essay due 9/3 2. Site Selection due 9/3 3. Watch “Introduction to Healthcare in DC” lecture due 9/10 4. Complete readings on facilitation due 9/10
    6. 6. Site Selection: 2011-12
    7. 7. Site Selection 2012-13:Self-Enrollment Transparency & Information Site Descriptions Direct Community Partner Contact Structured Freedom Clarified Goals & Objectives Open Outcome/Guided Process Ownership Self-selecting Participatory Decision-Making
    8. 8. Site Selection: Self-Enrollment Blackboard  First come, first served basis  Between Monday, August 27 and Monday, September 3  Deadline: 9/3  Site criteria
    9. 9. Orientation Day Monday, September 10th 1-5pm
    10. 10. September 10th, 1-2pm in Room LA6Introduction toService-Learning
    11. 11. Team Orientation Team- Community Create team Role Final Deliverable ClosingTeam Formation Team Norming Planning Building partner & SL values, missi delegation, t debrief, refle activities team on, and eam ctions, thoug collaboration vision tasks, project hts, expectati management ons Some teams at community site
    12. 12. Team Expectations Expectations Regular meetings Team recordkeeping (debriefs & reflections) Team project management for deliverable Each person facilitates at least once Technology Tools  Google Hangouts  TeamLab
    13. 13. Google HangoutsVirtual meetings, document collaboration, and slide sharing all at once!
    14. 14. September 17th, 1-5pmSession 1:Community Site Visit Site orientation Meet community participants Finalize deliverable Deliverable planning
    15. 15. Delivering the Final ProductCreating & Presenting the final deliverable
    16. 16. Google HangoutsVirtual meetings, document collaboration, and slide sharing all at once!
    17. 17. Creating the Deliverable It is an iterative process! 1. Confirm priorities and needs 2. Discuss deliverables with the Community Partner 3. Develop a project management plan 4. Get Community Partner feedback throughout 5. Present final deliverable 6. Final deliverable is graded by the Community Partner The final deliverable is due on or before December 12th
    18. 18. Assessing the Team COURSE OBJECTIVE ASSESSMENT METHOD RESPONSIBLE PARTY1. Students will learn to independently reflect upon their Pre-service Essay Faculty/Consultant Team Leadercommunity sites and participants, self- correcting where Meeting notes Community Liaisonnecessary to improve their interactions and contributions. Final essay Faculty/Consultant Team Leader2. Students will realize that the health status of the community Community Partner or Communityparticipants at their site is affected and shaped by many complex Liaisonsystems. Deliverable3. Students will critically observe and describe the multiplesystems at work. Deliverable Community Partner or Community Liaison4. As a team of consultants, students will collaborate with thecommunity partner to create a deliverable that meets the needsof their community site. Professionalism & Teamwork Rubric Faculty/Consultant Team Leader
    19. 19. http://jhl223.wix.com/creating-your-final
    20. 20. Providing Feedback Students can send us feedback anonymously from: guservicelearning@gmail.com password: guservicelearning
    21. 21. ? Questions?

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